Thank the good lord @MamashelterLondon has arrived! The hotel is very well designed and brings a vibrancy to the east London scene. It’s perfectly located to explore the area: Broadway Market, Columbia market and the hip Shoreditch area all within walking distance. There’s definitely a home away from home feeling with a Gaelic cool and naughty touch. The staff are super friendly too.
There are 194 bedrooms, a spacious and playfully designed bar and restaurant, outdoor courtyard and Japanese-style karaoke rooms. The main restaurant is so cozy, you could spend all day there.
Whether you are here for work or play, a local or just passing through the capital, let MAMA embrace you with open arms and you will be well looked after. 📸 @uniquehotels
6 hours ago
Wednesday's always call for our tasty Benedict's. 😋 We don't make the rules...😏 #Polobar
Photo by: @foodiesdream
2 days ago
If you fancy baking something mega easy this weekend, give these Ginger and Cream Cheese baked donuts a go 🍩🍩🍩 They don’t require any outlandish ingredients or cooking methods and can be whipped up in less than an hour! The 4 teaspoons of ginger gives the cake dough a big kick that’s gently evened out by the silky cream cheese frosting which is lavishly spooned on top after baking ✨ Link to recipe in bio 👆
What an animal @drewjms is. Last week he dislocated his shoulder. This week, he came to watch and decided to kit up because “the team needed me.” When you are short of numbers, get a hero like Kaks!
New title available at the bookshop!
Picasso: Minotaurs and Matadors
Curated by noted Picasso biographer John Richardson, this exhibition catalogue examines the intersection of Picasso's bullfighting imagery with the mythological (and biographical) compositions of the 1930's.
Including works dating from 1897 to 1972, this fully illustrated catalogue presents a career-long survey of Picasso's engagement with ancient bullfighting and mythological narratives and includes essays by noted Picasso scholars Michael FitzGerald and Gertje Utley.
Text by John Richardson and Michael Fitzgerald and Clemente Marconi and Gertje R. Utley